Features: Leadership

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Social Impact, Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Best of Bizcast 2020

A look back at some of our most popular podcasts from 2020.

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Leadership, The Workplace, Strategy

The Key to Solving Deadlocked Boards

New research finds that deadlocked boards lead to entrenched CEOs and argues in favor of director term limits.

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Economics & Policy, Social Impact, Leadership

The Inside Game: Political Donations and Insider Trading

Groundbreaking research sheds light on the 2007 French presidential election and the relationship between campaign contributions and executives’ behavior.

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Leadership, The Workplace

A Wall Street Couple Is Bringing Diversity Conversations to the Table

Anjelica Watson ’13 and John Watson ’13 on how to broach conversations on race and inclusion in the workplace.

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Strategy, Leadership, The Workplace

The Truth About Priorities: Five is Probably the Wrong Number

Rethinking the orthodoxies of setting priorities.

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Leadership, Economics & Policy, Healthcare

More Advice for the Next Administration

CBS faculty members weigh in on how the incoming president can address healthcare, climate change, protectionism, immigration, and partisanship

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Leadership, The Workplace

Michael Gee ’81 Turns Decades of Leadership Experience Into Advice for a More Diverse Workplace

Gee frequently publishes articles on combatting racism in the workplace, opening the pipeline for Black talent, and the importance of reparations.

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Strategy, Social Impact, Leadership

Be Yourself in Your Next Selfie

New research shows that authenticity on social media leads to an increased sense of well-being.

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Leadership, Social Impact, Economics & Policy

Five Pieces of Advice for the Next US President

CBS faculty members offer their ideas for how the president should address the pandemic and the economy, and how to lead the country for the next four years.

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Social Impact, The Workplace, Leadership

Do You Tell People Who You’re Voting For?

Keeping your vote a secret from family and close friends could result in feeling regretful and inauthentic.

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